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Campbells Landing
"damian and michelle have taken over at campbells in sept this year and what a change... its now clean and tidy.... new T.V. IN ALL ROOMS... FREE WIFI... great home ..." More

Campbells Landing
"Very disappointing. Were told we had the best room. Bed was rubbish, very close to the floor and a small double. Felt cheap and uncomfortable. Decor out of the 70s. ..." More

Campbells Landing
"I only came in for lunch. It used to be the best fish in beer batter I ever tasted. However, this is now off the menu and I had ..." More

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Clevedon is situated along the coastline of the Bristol Channel. The town's origins can be traced back at least to Saxon times, although some findings suggest Celtic settlement. Once a popular Victorian seaside resort it boasts many examples of architecture from that era. Clevedon Pier is the only fully intact, Grade 1 listed pier in the United Kingdom. It was originally constructed in 1867 using surplus material from Brunel's South Wales Railway. It has been beautifully restored and offers a venue for lovely day out by the seaside. With the promenade's spectacular view across the Bristol Channel, it is easy to see how the town grew in popularity during the Victorian era. The vista spans the Severn Estuary, the islands Flat Holm and Steep Holm and provides a view of some of the best sunsets in the West Country. The Clevedon Civic Society is evidence of a thriving community spirit in the area. The Society tries to ensure the provision of many other worthwhile attractions beside the sea-front at Clevedon. Groups were formed under the titles; Conservation and Planning, Footpaths, Local History and Environment. They have made available literature covering the history, landmarks and walkways of this a busy seaside town.

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Private Accounting Services
Sturdy Perryman Associates
Tickenham & Sage Ltd

Attraction

Clevedon Court
Clevedon Pier
Clevedon Story Heritage Centre

Church

Christchurch
Christchurch, Clevedon
St Andrew
St John the Evangelist
St John the Evangelist, Clevedon

Club

Vibe Nightclub

Cottage

Summerhayes
The Milking Parlour
Waggonhayes

Dentist

Coly House
Linden Lodge

Doctor

Clevedon Riverside Group
Sunnyside Surgery
The Green Practice

Holiday Park

Bristol Warrens Holiday Park

Inn

The Star Inn B&B

Solicitor

J R Brown & Co
John Hodge Solicitors
Tanner Vowles & Cheshire

Taxi

A1 Taxis
Abacabs
Clevedon Cabs
County Cars
Moorcars

Sports Clubs

Clevedon Athletic Club (Athletics)
Clevedon Athletic Club - Junior Section (Athletics)
Clevedon LTC (Tennis)
Clevedon Rugby Football Club (Rugby Union)
Clevedon Sailing Club (Sailing)

Shops

Books & Puzzles
Ideal Chemists Ltd
Tudball Ltd
Thomas Ford Ltd
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Antiques

Nostaglia
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Activities

Clevedon & District RC(Cycling)

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Campbells Landing (0.46 miles)

Campbells Landing

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Campbells Landing is located directly opposite the beautiful Victorian pier on Clevedon's famous seafront.The ten-room hotel, restaurant and bar boasts superb views of the Bristol Channel, the Holm Islands and ... More

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Walton Park Hotel (0.83 miles)

Walton Park Hotel
The Walton Park occupies a stunning cliff top location and is charmingly nestled in two acres of landscaped gardens overlooking the Severn Estuary and Welsh Hills. Originally built in the late 19th century, the Walton ... More | visit website
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Bridge Inn (2.53 miles)

Bridge Inn

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With a vast choice of attractions within close driving distance, including Bristol Zoo, Weston Super Mare and Cheddar Gorge, the Bridge Inn is ideal for families and couples alike. An ... More

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Brockley Coombe Manor (2.93 miles)

Brockley Coombe Manor
Brockley Combe Manor is an elegant country house, set amidst extensive grounds with unparalleled views across the picturesque Severn estuary. This beautiful setting provides the perfect backdrop for a wide range of events - from ... More | visit website
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The Star Inn B&B (3.51 miles)

The Star Inn B&B
For The Starís guests there are many easy country walks, relaxing entertainment and rural attractions locally...

Tyntesfield Estate A couple of miles east on the B3128 lies the spectacular Tyntesfield House and estate at Wraxall. The National ... More | visit website
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Hollybank Bed & Breakfast (4.10 miles)

Hollybank Bed & Breakfast

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Hollybank is a beautiful Georgian building set in private gardens dating back to 1850, originally built as a country residence for one of Bristol's most successful Silk Merchants. Over the ... More

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Doubletree by Hilton Bristol South - Cadbury House (4.41 miles)

Doubletree by Hilton Bristol South - Cadbury House

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This new 4-star contemporary, boutique style hotel is situated in Avon, Bristol, just under 4 miles from the M5 motorway and 5 miles from Bristol Airport. Built around an 18th century house, ... More

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The Ship & Castle @ Congresbury (5.05 miles)

The Ship & Castle @ Congresbury

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The recently refurbished Ship & Castle is a 500 year old traditional country Inn situated 15 miles south of Bristol, 4 miles from the M5 and 3 miles from Bristol ... More

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Premier Inn Portishead (5.12 miles)

Premier Inn Portishead
Ideally located within easy reach of the M4 and M5. For shops and local amenities Bristol city centre is only 11 miles away. Cardiff and the Millennium stadium are both only a 40 minute drive ... More | visit website
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Orchard House (6.16 miles)

Orchard House

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A spacious luxury guest house offering excellent standards. Located in a quiet area - only 0.5 miles from junction 21 on the M5 and only 4 miles from Weston town ... More

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